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Posted January 23, 2008
I don't remember romantic angst being so funny.
Blood feuds generally start over something relatively insignificant, like, say, a trowel full of manure casually spattered upon a perfectly pressed trouser. As Seth Parrott discovers, that poorly placed spatter could cost his family their home, their father¿s job, his mother¿s job, his parent¿s marriage and his own love life. In an irreverently witty narrative we are taken through the turbulence of one-upmanship with the conclusion that perhaps true love does conquer all. This was an thoroughly enjoyable book¿one that both young men and young women will enjoy. While there may be some parallels between Romeo and Juliet or even some discussion about bullying, mainly this is just a fun read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.